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Drive from Solarenza to Col De Bavella
We took the drive from Solarenza and then on to Col De Bavella. It was awesome and we were told to do this by staff at our hotel. I think that drive is busy no matter what time of year you embark on it or where you start from.
Posted on 29/12/2011 by Bernie

Everyday is a winding road
I rented a car for the family to get around the isle of Corsica and was told about Route de Bavella. This was a typical Mediterranean scenic drive for us to enjoy and lasted over 30 miles. It was rather crowded though, so I'm open to suggestions on the best possible route.
Posted on 29/7/2011 by C Yeates

Re. Imposingly looking over the Mediterranean
There's great boat trip from Ajaccio. Sorry to be same as teacher, but the official title if you are to use French is the 'Calanques'. It's my favourite place here, for sure.
Posted on 21/9/2010 by Roi

Imposingly looking over the Mediterranean
I read in a guide that the red cliffs - or the Calanche Cliffs to use the official title- were a must-visit. I can now confirm that they are a World Heritage Site for a reason and I thought the best views of both Corsica and the Mediterranean were to be had from here. We heard about boat trips and will check one out next time.
Posted on 21/9/2010 by Laura Butler

Great harbour
We took a gamble when we booked our holiday to Corsica in the off-season but it was one that paid off - especially when visiting the harbour at the Bonifacio Citadel, as that area is usually packed-out. Lovely restaurants and coffee shops around there too when you are ready to refuel after enjoying the citadel.
Posted on 12/7/2009 by V Gallo